Do you wish others understood your child’s sensory meltdowns? Or, how about being able to see the signs of sensory overload before things got too crazy? Yeah me, too. Well, I am super excited to share with you not ONE but TWO FREE sensory resources for you. Sensory Processing Disorder – Resources for Parents #1 […]
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If Occupational Therapy 101 For Parents was my campaign platform, I must hold true to the single promise that I made in its conclusion: to provide my readers with some useful nuggets – proprioception activities for kids – to try at home. The challenge with this endeavor is offering advice that can be universally applied […]
“It is a no brainer,” my husband said to me as we scrolled through this year’s limited time Super-Sensory Bundle offer, “Over $1000 worth of resources for less than $40? Yeah, I’m in.” I didn’t say anything, just nodded, and clicked on the Gain Instant Access button. Boom. I wasn’t sure I was going to […]
Concerned about your child’s balance? Does something seem off with your child’s gross motor and sensory processing? Balance allows you to hold your body upright and steady without falling down. No matter if you’re moving or standing still, or have your eyes open or closed. The vestibular system is closely linked to sensory processing, so […]
Do you have a child in your life who is a bit “all over the place”? Is he a “paper stuffer”? When you enter his room, do you have to push open the door because it is such a mess? We can share frustrations and laugh about these kids but these tendencies will cause many […]
Do you have a highly sensitive child who shows abnormal reactions to all kinds of things that don’t bother most kids? Is your child overly cautious, an extremely picky eater or terrified for no apparent reason? These could be symptoms of sensory processing disorder or SPD, which often lead to anxiety. So, a child may […]